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Boeing 767 300 Delta Seat Map

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Delta 767 Overview

Boeing Commercial Airplanes manufactures the Boeing 767, an American wide-body aircraft. Manufacturing began with the 7×7 program on July 14th, 1978. However, the Boeing 767 Delta prototype didn’t fly until the 26th of September, 1961. Despite the fact that the Delta One 767-300 was manufactured from 1986 until 2000, the 767-300ER extended-range version entered service with American Airlines in 1988.

The current version of the Delta Boeing 767 300 is the Delta 767 300ER. In order to reduce aerodynamic drag efficiently, the aircraft has a supercritical wing and a conventional matching tail. General Electric’s CF6, Pratt and Whitney’s JT9D, or Rolls-Royce’s RB211 turbofans power the sturdy Boeing 767 300 Delta One; accordingly, the older JT9D engines were replaced with PW4000s.

Studies and development of a higher-capacity Boeing 767 began in 1986, which led the company to develop the larger 777 twinjets, which entered the market in 1995. The Delta Boeing 767 300 First Class is a 54.9-meter-long airplane (180 feet) with 218 seats that covers 5,980 nautical miles.

Delta Boeing 767 300: Layout 1

Delta 767 300

Seat Specifications

Class Pitch Width Seats
Delta One 77-81″ 21″ 36
Delta Comfort+ 35″ 17.9″ 29
Economy 31-32″ 17.9″ 143

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Boeing 767 300

Delta One 767 300

According to the Delta 767 300 First Class seat map, there are 36 flatbed seats. However, some seats offer a better seating experience than others. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime. Seats 1A to 1D are Delta 767 First Class seats with flatbed and bulkhead. But their proximity to the gallery and toilets make it uncomfortable. You might want to avoid these seats for long flights.

Other seats in this section to be wary of are seats 6A and 6D with misaligned windows. The remaining Delta One seats, between rows two to rows nine, are standard seats with flat beds.

Delta Comfort Plus

The Delta 767 300 Comfort Plus has 29 standard seats and offers more convenience, recline, and armrests, yet some seats in these sections are more comfortable than others. Seats 17A to 17G are classic Comfort Plus bulkhead seats with more legroom. The tray tables in the armrest, makes the armrest unmovable, reducing the width of the seats and no floor storage.

All seats on the 18th row of the Comfort Plus are standard seats. Moreover, seats 19B and 19F are close to the toilets, which makes them uncomfortable; on the other hand, seats 19C to 19E have limited reclining space because of the toilet behind them. The Comfort Plus is missing seats 20C to 20E; however, seats 20A, 20B, 20F, and 20G offer extra legroom and limited reclining because of the exit row in front. These seats are narrower and close to the toilet.

Seats A, B, F, and G on the 21st row of the Boeing 767-300 Delta offer extra legroom thanks to the exit row in front. But due to their closeness to the toilet, these seats are narrower and uncomfortable to fly in. However, seats 20A and 20G are missing left and right armrests due to the exit door. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime.

Economy

The Delta One 767-300 Economy section seats have 143 standard seats with few seats to look out for and six uncomfortable seats to avoid. Seats 22C to 22E are standard seats with bulkheads and near to the toilet, limiting the legroom. The tray table in the armrest makes it rooted, and these seats lack floor storage. Seats 41A, 41B, 42C, 42D, 42E, 41F, and 41G are standard seats in the last row of the 767 300 airplanes. These seats are uncomfortable due to their location and closeness to the toilets.

However, seats 41C and 41E are more considerable despite being close to the toilets. All the seats in this section also offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime.

767 300 Delta: Layout 2

767 300 Delta: Layout 2

Seat Specifications

Class Pitch Width Seats
Delta One 77-81″ 21″ 36
Delta Comfort+ 35″ 17.9″ 32
Economy 31-32″ 17.9″ 143

Seat map key

Boeing 767 300

Delta One

The Boeing 767-300 Delta First Class sports 36 flatbed luxury seats; however, there are six seats to be wary of when picking a seat in this section. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime. They include seats 1A to 1D, behind the cockpit which have flat beds and bulkheads. They are close to the gallery and the toilets, making them less comfortable. On the other hand, seats 6A, 6D, 9A, and 9D are standard seats with missing windows. The other seats in the Delta One 767-300 layout, two sections from rows two to rows eight, are standard seats with flat beds and similar experience.

Delta Comfort Plus

The Delta Business Class 767 Comfort Plus section sports 32 standard seats with four good seats for the best flying experience. Seats 16A,16B, 16F, and 16G are standard bulkhead seats with more legroom, a tray table, an unmovable armrest, and no floor storage. While seats 16C to 16E have no floor storage and restricted legroom thanks to the bulkhead. Furthermore, seats 19A, 19B, 19F, and 19G are standard seats with limited reclining.

Also, seats 20A, 20B, 20F, and 20G are standard seats with more legroom thanks to the exit row in front but have limited recline because of the exit row behind the seats. These seats are also close to the toilet, which may be uncomfortable. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime.

The good seats in the Boeing 767-300 Delta section include seats 21A, 21B, 21F, and 21G. They are standard seats with more legroom thanks to the exit row in front; however, they are close to the toilet and have rooted armrests reducing the seat width.

Economy

The Delta Boeing 767 seat map shows the Economy has 143 standard seats with six uncomfortable rear seats you might want to avoid when flying for long hours. Seats 22C to 22E are standard seats with bulkheads and restricted legroom because of the position of the bulkhead. The nearness of these seats to the toilet makes them uncomfortable, and the rooted armrests reduce the width of the seats. Seats 41A, 41B, 41F, and 41G are located on the last row of the 767 300 planes with closeness to the toilet, making them uncomfortable with lots of bad reviews. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime.

Delta 767-300: Layout 3

Delta 767-300: Layout 3

Seat Specifications

Class Pitch Width Seats
Delta One 77-81″ 21″ 26
Delta Comfort+ 35″ 17.9″ 35
Economy 31-32″ 17.9″ 165

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Boeing 767 300

Delta One

The Boeing 767 300 Delta First Class Delta One has 26 flatbed seats. These seats offer a similar flying experience except for seats 1A to 1D, which are close to the gallery and toilets, and seats 6A and 6D (uncomfortable seats) with missing windows. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime.

Delta Comfort Plus

After Delta 767-300 First Class goes the Comfort Plus, which has 35 standard seats. This section has seven good seats; seats 13A to 13G, which are standard seats with bulkheads and have more legroom than other seats. However, seats 15A and 15G are uncomfortable as they have misaligned windows and less legroom. Other seats in this section are standard seats with average legroom. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime.

Economy

The seating map of the Delta Boeing 767 shows the Economy section sports 165 standard seats. The exit is behind seats 20A, 20B, 20F, and 20G, which offer limited reclining. These seats are also reserved as preferred seats for Delta Medallion members but are available to passengers during check-in. Seats 21A, 21B, 21F, and 21G offer more legroom thanks to the exit row in front of these seats, but these seats are close to the toilet. The window side armrests in seats 21A and 21G are attached to the exit door, making them uncomfortable as they do not extend completely.

However, seats 22C to 22E have less legroom due to the position of the bulkhead. They are also uncomfortable due to their closeness to the toilets and lack of floor storage. Seats 41A, 41B, 41C, 41E, 41F, and 41G are located on the last row and offer less flying experience because of their closeness to the gallery and toilets. All seats in this section offer 18 television channels, with over 300 movies extra on HBO and Showtime.